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The competition watchdog found no evidence that investors had manipulated markets, but regulation and transparency need to improve to provide more confidence to all participants.
ACCC finds water markets need ‘comprehensive reform’ to increase trust and transparency, building on findings of interim report issued last year.
Managing partner Emanuel Citron says ag and water are both of interest to the firm’s strategy of pursuing impact through investments into asset managers and financial services firms.
Foreign ownership of water entitlements continued to steadily increase in 2020, with Canada leaping to the top of the list of foreign investors by volume held.
Brent Snow says Aware Super’s ag investments proved to be a useful diversifier in its infrastructure portfolio during the coronavirus pandemic.
Nicole Neeman Brady says Sustainable Development Acquisition Corp will build on the 'marriage' between Renewable Resources Group and Capricorn Investments developed over eight collaborative investments since 2006.
Tim O’Laughlin has assumed a California-based position to focus on new initiatives for Mahi Pono and PSP affiliate Pomona Farming.
Productivity Commission review will examine whether the foreign ownership register achieves the law’s aim of increasing transparency and assess its cost to investors.
NSW ag commissioner Daryl Quinlivan says water market reform is ‘nothing to be scared of’ and will help the sector become more efficient.
New research from CRCNA follows on from reports into aquaculture and timber highlighting the region’s potential if risks can be mitigated and barriers lifted.
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